J. LaMoine Jenson

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J. LaMoine Jenson
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J. LaMoine Jenson in 1990
President of the Priesthood of
the Apostolic United Brethren
May 10, 1977 (1977-05-10)
Predecessor Owen A. Allred
Reason Owen A. Allred
Personal details
Born Cache Valley, Utah, United States[1]
Alma mater Jordan High School[1]

Joseph LaMoine Jenson has been the leader of the Apostolic United Brethren, a Mormon fundamentalist polygamist group, since 2005.

Prior to assuming leadership of the Bluffdale, Utah church, Jenson had been a member of the AUB's Priesthood Council for 36 years. Prior to the death of AUB leader Owen A. Allred, Jenson was appointed by Allred as the Second Elder of the church and Allred's successor-designate.

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  1. ^ a b Adams, Brooke (20 February 2005). "New leader is known for devotion". The Salt Lake Tribune. Retrieved 10 July 2013. 
Apostolic United Brethren titles
Preceded by
Owen A. Allred
President of the Priesthood
May 10, 1977 (1977-05-10)
Succeeded by
Incumbent